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sending sms from access database

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Hi
I wish to send sms using my access database through the website way2sms on which i have my account. Is there any way that i skip opening the site manually, logging in and sending message. how can i do it using vba so that whatever number i choose and message i want to send is directly sent and i get to know the result whether or not the message is delivered.
Thanks in advance.
Apr 4 '13 #1

✓ answered by vijay6

Hey Mutant, you can find third party .dll file(s) for free to send SMS from desktop through your Way2SMS account. Google it as "Way2SMS Desktop Client".

Once if you download that .dll file, create a new Console/WinForm application in .NET and add that .dll file as reference.

In Form load event load connect your access database and store all phone numbers in ComboBox or DropDownList or something else as per your wish. And in Button click event write the code to send the SMS to selected phone number in ComboBox/DropDownList.

Reference: Visit this link for your more references. http://paperknots.wordpress.com/2012...ient-in-c-net/

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Hey Mutant, you can find third party .dll file(s) for free to send SMS from desktop through your Way2SMS account. Google it as "Way2SMS Desktop Client".

Once if you download that .dll file, create a new Console/WinForm application in .NET and add that .dll file as reference.

In Form load event load connect your access database and store all phone numbers in ComboBox or DropDownList or something else as per your wish. And in Button click event write the code to send the SMS to selected phone number in ComboBox/DropDownList.

Reference: Visit this link for your more references. http://paperknots.wordpress.com/2012...ient-in-c-net/
Apr 4 '13 #2

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